Get Fit in Just 8 Minutes a Day at our Honolulu Gyms!
CAN YOU GET A FULL BODY WORKOUT BUILDING MUSCLE, CARDIO & FLEXIBILITY IN JUST 8 MINUTES? Yes! Watch this video taken at Joe Weider's Bodybuilders' Convention in Las Vegas. Watch fit skeptics turn into believers in just 4 minutes! Still not convinced? Then come to one of our Honolulu Gyms and TRY THE ROM MACHINE FOR FREE WITH NO OBLIGATION. It doesn't matter how strong or weak you are, how young or old, the ROM's computer automatically adjusts the resistance, second by second, to match your abilities to ensure a full and proper workout for you. Previously, the ROM was used almost exclusively by professional athletes and the rich and famous. Now, RomGym makes the ROM available to you.
WHOLE BODY VIBRATION MACHINES: We also feature Whole Body Vibration Machines! Tone, build muscle, improve cardio and increase blood circulation in just 8 minutes a day. TRY THESE AMAZING MACHINES FOR FREE AS WELL.
What is the ROM Machine?
You've seen it in the Flight Magazines and National Magazines such as Forbes, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Time, Fortune, Esquire, Popular Science, Robb Report, Hammacher Schlemmer, Playboy, Outside, M Inc., L.A. Men's Journal, Sharper Image, Prime Health & Fitness, L'Express, Business Journal and NewsMax. You've also seen it on television on Extra, The Doctors, CBS2 in LA, KTLA 5, NBC Local First News LA, Your LA, Atlanta Fox 5 News, The Paul Ryan Show and featured in Hawaii's HiLuxury Magazine, The Honolulu Star Advertiser and in MidWeek.
The ROM (Range of Motion) Machine is an innovative and efficient full body cross-trainer that briskly works your muscles, cardio, and flexibility, all in a High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) low-impact training session with full range of motion in just 8 minutes. 4 minutes of upper body & 4 minutes of lower body are worked out. Because you get a quick full body workout, the ROM Machine is used by busy celebrities like Simon Cowell, Jimmy Kimmel, Tony Robbins, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Cruise, Steven Spielberg, John Travolta, David Duval, and Paula Abdul. The ROM has been used around the world since 1990 and in 1991 it received Popular Science Magazine's Award "The Best of Whats New" in Recreation. Christopher Ruddy, editor of Newsmax Magazine and CEO of Newsmax Media on the ROM: "It's the Lexus of exercise machines . . . It not only looks good, it actually works."
If you are a busy person with little time to spare or simply don't want to workout for 1 hour, the ROM Machine is for you.